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All rooms are duplex bungalows spread out in lush landscaping. Shuttle bus to get to anywhere on the resort. Two pools (with swim up bars with happy hour) and Spa for those who want to indulge. Restaurant had great breakfast buffet and extensive menu for...More
Very large rooms, immaculately clean, feature private patios surrounded by tropical flowers and greenery. Massive bathroom with skylit shower and live plants. Thermal pool features swim up bar and nice happy hour. Didn’t make it to regular pool. Heard it was loaded with kids as...More
We spent 4 nights at Arenal Manoa. The rooms are independent houses, nicely laid out in the sprawling property. The views of the volcano are breathtaking.
The service and attention to details were impeccable. The breakfast buffet had a nice spread. Same restaurant serves all...More
We were really impressed with Arenal Manoa, our room had a stunning view of the volcano, it was very spacious, very clean and super comfortable. The staff were exceptionally helpful, they recommended and booked tours for us, they were friendly and nothing was too much...More
An extremely comfortable modern hotel set in a beautiful location. The rooms are bungalows spread about the well-kept gardens.
Our room was excellent being large with very comfortable beds, a huge bathroom and a lovely private terrace facing flowers, shrubs and the volcano.
We hiked Arenal and that was 3.5 KM loop and that was filled with elevations changes that left most of our group sweating and breathing hard. My wife and I do sprint triathlons and we both felt the strain of the ascending... More
We hiked Arenal and that was 3.5 KM loop and that was filled with elevations changes that left most of our group sweating and breathing hard. My wife and I do sprint triathlons and we both felt the strain of the ascending and descending. I learned any terrain near the Arenal volcano area is not a light afternoon hike. If this is the only activity you plan to do that day and are taking breaks I'm sure it is doable.